School uniform is not compulsory but it does help the children to feel that they belong. It gives them a feeling of identity and pride and this presentation of themselves leads to good presentation of their work.

From the parental point of view, the buying of uniform may appear an unnecessary expense, but the experience of many parents is that it represents considerable savings over the years. Children can feel equal with each other regardless of background, there are no arguments over what to wear, no showing off to their friends and that means that they can get on with their work without distraction.

Boys Winter Uniform
  • Charcoal grey trousers
  • Maroon sweater/School sweatshirt
  • White or pale blue shirt
  • School tie- maroon/pale blue stripes
  • Black shoes.
Boys Summer Uniform
  • Blue / white polo shirts
  • Grey trousers (long or short)
  • Maroon sweaters/School sweatshirt
  • Black shoes
Boys PE
  • Black shorts and white/pale blue T-shirt
  • Black plimsolls NOT trainers
  • Football shirt, shorts, socks, boots
  • Track suit for outdoors, optional
Girls Winter Uniform
  • Blue or white blouses
  • Grey skirts / pinafore dresses or grey trousers
  • Maroon sweater/school sweatshirt
  • Maroon cardigan/school cardigan
  • School tie- maroon/pale blue stripes
  • White socks / grey or white tights
  • Black shoes
Girls Summer Uniform
  • Pink gingham / striped dresses
  • Grey skirts / pinafore dresses or grey trousers
  • Blue or white blouses
  • Maroon sweater/school sweatshirt
  • Maroon cardigan/school cardigan
  • White socks
  • Hair bands – white, maroon or pink
Girls PE
  • Black shorts and white/pale blue T-shirts
  • Black plimsolls NOT trainers
  • Netball: maroon skirts / shorts
  • White shirts
  • Track suits may be worn outside

School uniform may be purchased via the HSA order forms are available from the school office. Parents are requested to name all their children’s clothing including ties and shoes.

The wearing of decorative jewellery, finger rings, earrings, bracelets, necklaces, etc. can present a hazard during PE and playtimes. We therefore ask for parents to support us in not sending children to school wearing jewellery. The only exception to this general rule is ear-studs and these should be removed for indoor and outdoor PE and swimming lessons though if you chose to permit your child to wear them you must write to the classteacher giving permission for your child to wear them during such sessions.

Suitable and appropriate shoes should be worn at all times. Shoes with high heels are not deemed suitable.